Mark Stratman Jr. is an associate in the Data Center Solutions (DCS) group of JLL and is responsible for consulting and brokering wholesale colocation data center requirements for numerous Fortune 500 companies. As part of his full-service to clients, Mark provides value in the following areas:
Developing data organizational tools for growth forecasting across multiple business units to assess key performance indicators and data center allocation strategy
Collaborating with finance and real estate procurement teams to deliver financial analysis reports based on budget goals and project objectives
Evaluating lease versus buy scenarios for national site selection processes including extensive research on natural risk hazards, connectivity, electrical rates, workforce, legislative incentives, etc.
Conducting research on trends, average pricing, absorption, and supply in the Phoenix colocation market
Developing robust marketing campaigns for data center investors to mark available data center space
Prior to joining JLL, Mark worked as a residential mortgage origination officer for JP Morgan Chase, where he acted not only as a salesperson but also a consultant to help clients gather a deeper understanding of their personal finances to achieve the dream of homeownership.
With his finance background, Mark carries an analytical understanding of evaluating rent structures and fees associated with mission critical real estate. His financial models include evaluation of total cost of ownership for colocation leases, lease versus buy scenarios, and research on environmental and tax impact relevant to specific data center locations.
Mark attended Florida State University where he received his Bachelor of Science degrees in Finance and Real Estate, with a minor in entrepreneurship. He also holds an Arizona Real Estate License.
7x24 Exchange Arizona Chapter, Arizona Technology Council National Association of Industrial Office Professionals (NAIOP) Association of Data Center Management Professionals (AFCOM)